SELECTED SHORT STORIES & ESSAYS
“The Poet’s Soul is Two-Faced: A 21st Century Translation.”
An unorthodox project using Google to translate the poetry of my grandfather, Anatolii Gudzenko, uncovers family secrets.
In The Antigonish Review 185, Spring 2016
“The Cyclone that Changed the Course of History.”
The deadliest tropical cyclone in world history hit the coast of Bangladesh in the night on November 12, 1970. It changed the course of history in South Asia.
In The Independent Weekend Magazine, 6 November 2015.
A woman’s cosmetic surgery evokes memories of her relationships with her father and stepfather.
In The Fed Anthology: Brand New Fiction & Poetry from the Federation of BC Writers, Susan Musgrave, Ed., 2003.
“Feeding the Gracklings.”
A woman battling an eating disorder has to deal with her mother’s death.
In The Harpweaver, Autumn 2001.